Program at A Glance
Achieve the impact of a globally accredited MBA degree with the relevance of a health care focus.
The Health Care UST MBA is a 27-month hybrid program providing flexibility for working professionals.
Master of Business Administration
- Executive-style cohort learning environment where your goals drive your learning experience.
- A diverse professional network representing the full range of the health care industry.
- Features a three-day seminar in Washington, D.C., led by faculty member and former U.S. Senator Dave Durenberger.
- One of 14 M.B.A. programs nationwide dually accredited by AACSB (Assocation for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business International) and CAHME (Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education).
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
- Transcripts from all academic institutions attended
- Essay responses
- Three letters of recommendation
- Admissions interview
- Five years in the health care industry recommended
Class of 2012:
- 27% of the cohort were doctors
- 42% of the cohort were women
- 89% of the people who entered the program with this cohort completed their degrees
- 100% of graduates were employed within three months of graduation*
*Because this is an executive-style program, students are typically employed throughout the course of their studies.
The Health Care MBA Difference
The Health Care UST MBA program is unique among MBA programs in that we tailor core business courses specifically to the business of health care. MBA programs with a health care concentration, on the other hand, are typically non-integrated programs where core business courses are comprised of students from across industries and areas of interest, and health care courses are taken as electives.
Core business courses in the Health Care UST MBA examine business principles, relevant examples and trends from across industries, while class dialogue focuses on how these concepts apply, or must be adapted to, the health care sector.
27-month hybrid program meeting on campus for four three-day sessions per year
18 three-credit courses that combine online and classroom learning in a cohort model